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B2G는 스마트폰, 태블릿, 스마트 TV, 그 외 커넥티드 디바이스를 위한 오픈소스 운영체제이며, 커뮤니티에 의해 관리되고 있습니다. 이 프로젝트는 2011년에 시작됐습니다. B2G는 리눅스 커널과 Gecko 렌더링 엔진을 바탕으로 하고 있습니다. 사용자 인터페이스 전체가 웹 기술(HTML, CSS, JavsScript)로 만들어져있으며, 이 사용자 인터페이스를 통해 웹 애플리케이션을 실행하고 이용할 수 있습니다. Mozilla가 상용 Firefox OS 스마트폰 개발을 종료하면서 B2G의 스마트폰 부분은 Mozilla의 자발적 커뮤니티가 개발하게 되었습니다. 이와 함께 B2G OS로 브랜드를 바꾸게 되었습니다.
- B2G OS 테스트
- 이 페이지는 B2G OS를 테스트하는 데 필요한 정보를 제공합니다. 서로 다른 테스트의 진행, 자동화, 결과 보고 및 추적에 대한 내용이 포함됩니다.
- B2G OS 부가기능
- 부가기능을 개발하기 위해서는 문서의 내용을 따라 진행해야 합니다.
- B2G OS APIs
- B2G OS API의 목록입니다.
- B2G OS 아키텍처
- 이 글은 B2G OS 플랫폼의 아키텍처에 대한 고수준 개요 글입니다. 주요 특징을 설명하고 각 구성요소가 기초 수준에서 어떻게 상호작용하는 지 설명합니다.
- B2G OS build prerequisites
- 단순히 Gaia의 빌드를 시도하고 있는 것뿐이라도, B2G OS를 빌드하기 위해 코드를 얻기 전 빌드 시스템을 제대로 설정해야 합니다. — 이 페이지는 그 방법을 설명합니다. 현재 빌드를 지원하는 OS는 64비트 리눅스 및 macOS입니다.
- B2G OS 단말기 가이드
- 이 글은 B2G OS를 구동하는 단말기에 대한 개발자 정보를 제공합니다. 개발자 단말기 및 소비자용 단말기 모두 포함되어 있습니다.
- B2G OS의 빌드와 설치
- 이 페이지에 나열된 글은 B2G OS를 에뮬레이터나 호환 기기에서 빌드하고 설치하는 방법, 혹은 Gaia 사용자 인터페이스를 Firefox 브라우저에서 빌드하고 설치하는 방법을 안내할 것입니다.
- B2G OS 빌드하기
- 빌드 시스템을 설정하고, 코드의 초기 pull 작업 및 설정 작업을 진행하면, Boot to Gecko를 빌드할 수 있게 됩니다. 이 설명서는 어떻게 B2G OS를 빌드하는 지 설명합니다.
- Building the B2G OS Simulator
- Just like Firefox Nightlies, the B2G OS simulator desktop client (identified by b2g-) is automatically built every day from the latest source code. The latest build is available from the Mozilla FTP server. Be sure to pick the latest version and the right archive for your operating system. This lets you bypass having to build it yourself. In addition, you don't have to download Gaia on your own either.
- Choosing how to run Gaia or B2G
- Depending on your specific needs, you have an assortment of options to consider when experimenting with Firefox OS or the Gaia user interface. You can choose among the following options; each has its advantages and disadvantages to consider, and some are more flexible than others.
- Crash Reporting Guide for Firefox OS Partners
- Mozilla has a world-class system for collecting, analyzing, and fixing crashes and other stability issues such as hangs. Firefox OS partners need to work with Mozilla to correctly enable crash reporting and upload symbols.
- Customization with the .userconfig file
.userconfigfile isn't checked into source code control, so your changes won't be overwritten when you update your source tree. It needs to be created in the root of the B2G tree; that is, in the same directory as
build.sh, and so forth. You should add this before you run your config and build steps.
- Debugging on Firefox OS
- There are two main types of debugging you'll want to with Firefox OS: debugging apps, and debugging other aspects of the system.
- Developer Mode
- The current Firefox OS permissions model precludes modification and installation of certified/internal apps, which makes some device APIs completely unavailable to Marketplace and web apps. Developer Mode (DM) allows the user to indicate that they would like to relax the permissions model and expose all device APIs to content, as well as setting a group of related preferences. This article provides a high-level overview.
- Developing Firefox OS
- This section provides useful documentation covering different ways in which Firefox OS (codename Boot2Gecko, or B2G) can be modified/customized during the build process, and how you can help to develop the low level platform areas such as Gecko and Gonk.
- Firefox OS apps
- This section of the Firefox OS docs covers the specific techniques required — and available tools — for building Firefox OS apps. You'll find a number of details below, from Firefox OS building blocks/web components, to device APIs and App installation.
- Firefox OS board guide
- This section contains developer information relevant to specific phones that run Firefox OS — both developer and consumer devices.
- Firefox OS developer release notes
- This section provides articles covering each new release of Gaia and Gecko for Firefox OS, explaining what features were added and bugs eliminated in each update. There is also a linked summary table showing what APIs are supported by each version of Firefox OS.
- Firefox OS security
- The following articles cover security-related topics about Firefox OS. This includes overall security features as well as application security and how the install process is kept secure.
- Firefox OS Simulator
- The Firefox OS Simulator is a version of the higher layers of Firefox OS that simulates a Firefox OS device, but runs on the desktop. This means that in many cases, you don't need a real device to test and debug your app. It runs in a window the same size as a Firefox OS device, includes the Firefox OS user interface and built-in apps, and simulates many of the Firefox OS device APIs.
- Firefox OS usage tips
- Explains all of the developer features on the phone and what they do (Settings > Device information > More information > Developer)
- Gaia is B2G OS's user interface and suite of default apps: it includes the lock screen, home screen, dialer, and other applications. Essentially, Gaia is a set of complex web apps that runs on top of the B2G OS platform. This set of articles covers all you need to know to contribute to the Gaia project.
- Installing B2G OS on a mobile device
- Once you've built Boot to Gecko for a supported mobile device, you can install it. This article will guide you through the process.
- Introduction to Firefox OS
- This set of documentation is aimed mainly at web developers and platform developers who want to learn how Firefox OS works, how to contribute to the project, and how to build their own custom versions of the software and install it on devices. For those who want to create and distribute their own web apps, the App Center and Marketplace Zone are good places to go.
- Following this guide you're going to run Gaia inside of a special build of Firefox called Firefox Mulet. This gives you the advantages of having a rapid development cycle, as well as standard web development tools and debuggers available to work with. First of all, you need to have the Gaia repo cloned on your machine and build your own profile. Then, you have to install mulet and run it, passing your Gaia profile as the profile to use.
- Open web apps quickstart
- Quickstart information on coding Open Web Apps.
- This is a guide to setting up Firefox OS on a PandaBoard. The PandaBoard is a low-cost OMAP 4 based development board for developing mobile operating systems.
- PasscodeHelper Internals
- PasscodeHelper is a Gaia helper library for modifying and checking the Firefox OS lockscreen passcode (i.e., pin) from within Gaia, performing functions such as checking whether an entered passcode is correct, and changing the code. This article documents how PasscodeHelper works.
- Porting B2G OS
- This page lists the available resources for porting B2GOS.
- Preparing for your first B2G build
- Depending on your internet connection, the configuration steps may take several hours to download everything you need to build B2G OS. Waiting is not as fun as doing, so after you have read through this page and have kicked off the configure script, consider using the time to set up and try out the B2G OS simulator, begin familiarizing yourself with Documentation for app developers including Designing and Building an App, or familiarize yourself with the information on upcoming steps.
- Resources for App hackers, as generated from our workshops
- Running tests on Firefox OS: A guide for developers
- If you are a Gecko developer, then you should review the Firefox OS-specific documentation for the test automation you are already familar with: mochitest, reftest, and xpcshell.
- The B2G OS platform
- The B2G OS platform consists of many components. While you don't need to understand its architecture in order to build applications that run on B2G OS, if you're working on developing or porting the platform — or are simply curious — the following documentation may be of interest to you.
- Troubleshooting B2G OS
- This article provides tips for resolving common problems you may have while using B2G OS.
- Using the App Manager
- The App Manager is a tool for Firefox Desktop which provides a number of useful tools to help developers test, deploy and debug HTML5 web apps on Firefox OS phones & Simulator, directly from Firefox browser. This page documents how to use the App Manager.
- Using the B2G emulators
- This article provides a brief guide to some key things you should know when using the boot to Gecko emulators. This doesn't appear to be a complete user manual; instead, it simply tells you a few useful things that you might not learn on your own.
- Web applications
- This page is intended to be a first, non thorough, attempt to collect web apps.
- Web Bluetooth API (Firefox OS)
- The Web Bluetooth API lets an open web app discover, pair with, and connect to Bluetooth devices. As it is a completely experimental and non-standard API, the Bluetooth API is currently available for certified applications only. However, there is some traction to have such an API available for regular Web content; this will be discussed as part of the W3C's System Applications Working Group.
- Web Telephony API
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